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About "The Return"
Everyone knows the story of the prodigal son - or do they? In this fascinating book, skilled communicators J. John and Chris Walley give a new twist to an old story. THE RETURN is a three-part exploration of this most loved parable, combining fiction, Bible study and real-life testimony to open up this timeless story and its themes of grace and reconciliation.
Meet the Authors
J.John is an international speaker and writer and the director of The Philo Trust, a registered charity committed to communicating the relevance of the Christian faith
J.John, a Greek-Cypriot by birth, lives in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire. He is married to Killy and they have 3 sons, Michael, Simeon and Benjamin. J.John became a Christian in 1975. J.John has been described as refreshing, humorous, passionate, earthy, accessible and dynamic.
J.John is regarded as one of the most creative Christian speakers with an appeal that transcends gender, age, race, culture and occupation. His much-loved art of storytelling helps people to discover spiritual meaning in a way that makes sense of everyday life.
To date, he has completed thousands of speaking engagements at conferences, towns, cities and universities in 54 countries on 6 continents. J.John has authored 21 titles, and there are over million copies of his books in print in thirteen languages including Dead Sure, Breaking News, The Christmas Compendium, 26 Steps to Heaven, Marriage Works and his latest title Soul Purpose.
A Greek-Cypriot by birth, J. John lives in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire. He is married to Killy and they have 3 sons. J.John became a Christian in 1975. Since then he has gained the position as one of the leading communicators of Christianity today. J.John has been described as refreshing, humorous, passionate, earthy, accessible, dynamic and most of all, ordinary. To date, he has completed thousands of speaking engagements at conferences, towns, cities and universities in 26 countries on 6 continents. One million copies of his books are in print in 13 languages.